remove top two rows of datafram in julia

To remove the top two rows of a DataFrame in Julia, you can use the skipmissing function from the DataFrames package. Here's an example:

using DataFrames

# Create a sample DataFrame
df = DataFrame(A = 1:5, B = 6:10)

# Remove the top two rows
df = skipmissing(df, 3:size(df, 1))

In the above code, we first create a sample DataFrame df with two columns A and B. Then, we use the skipmissing function to remove the top two rows of the DataFrame. The resulting DataFrame will have the rows starting from the third row.

Please note that the skipmissing function is used here assuming that the missing values are represented as missing in your DataFrame. If your DataFrame has a different representation for missing values, you may need to use a different function or approach to remove the rows.

I hope this helps! Let me know if you have any further questions.